Massey Execs' Access To Mine After Blast Questioned

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Chilean President Sebastian Pinera holds up a plastic bag Sunday in Copiapo, Chile, containing a message from the trapped miners that reads, "We are OK in the refuge, the 33 miners." Hector Retamal/AP hide caption

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Chilean Mine Rescuers Face Daunting Challenge

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Mine Disaster Answers Still Months Away

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Methane Monitors Recovered In Mine Blast Probe

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Massey Eyes Methane As Cause Of Mine Blast

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Don L. Blankenship, chairman and chief executive officer of Massey Energy Company (left), watches as protesters disrupt a luncheon at the National Press Club, where he spoke on Thursday. Wayne Huang/NPR hide caption

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Massey Floats New Theory For Cause Of Mine Blast

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